Carrolton’s new song, “Shelter” is a cry out to God, according to the band. For some, it’s a continuous rediscovery and defining of God’s faithfulness in their lives, it’s a continuous rediscovery of God’s promises and how one can hold on to them, as He has said all throughout Scripture.

Psalm 91 says
He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High
will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.
I will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress,
    my God, in whom I trust.”

This is the verse upon which the song was written, and we hope it would speak to you as it did to the band.

Carrollton is comprised of four band members; bassist Jordan Bailey, drummer Michael Loy, lead guitarist Jeremy Menard and lead vocalist/guitarist Justin Mosteller.  One can feel how much heart and soul is poured out into this song through it’s lyrics and music that uplifts and inspires one to keep their eyes focused on Jesus.

Click the following link to Watch and listen as they narrate more of the story behind this song: